Review: Neo Team MK4-Mini

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Review: Neo Team MK4-Mini

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Here's yet another new pass card review! This time we have a small review of the Neo Team's MK4-Mini nopass.
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Looks very nice.
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Too bad about the build quality though. Still i'm wondering, if they made a slot for SD cards in it. Would that make it possible to play roms when the switch is set to nds mode?
 

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Good Review. The 2 MBit FlashROM sound especially interesting for new games, once Nintendo will change its EEPROM library you'll still be able to save there. Well, until a new patcher is released, that is. It's also nice for GBAMP/MMP users, as Max Overload doesn't always savepatch correctly.
 

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good review! i have it and it works fine with ez4lite, battery life it's about 5 hours with no wifi and bright level 2, so i think it's like ezpass3, both passes are good choices i thing...
 

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Somebody posted that the EZpass3 and the MK4 (either MK4-Mini or MK4-Key, I forget which) are identical hardware, except the EZpass3 doesn't have the switch.
 

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My theory is that the advertising was written when old versions of Flashme didn't allow brightness changing on DS Lite in the main DS menu. I think they're trying to say that it's better to use MK4 than Flashme as you can keep the stock DS main menu and thus adjust the brightness. Of course, Flashme does now support changing brightness too, so their advertising is out of date.

Unless anyone has any other ideas? It would be great if it could allow you to adjust the brightness at any time, even during a game, but I don't believe that is the case.
 

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My theory is that the advertising was written when old versions of Flashme didn't allow brightness changing on DS Lite in the main DS menu. I think they're trying to say that it's better to use MK4 than Flashme as you can keep the stock DS main menu and thus adjust the brightness. Of course, Flashme does now support changing brightness too, so their advertising is out of date.

Unless anyone has any other ideas? It would be great if it could allow you to adjust the brightness at any time, even during a game, but I don't believe that is the case.
No. You're 100% correct.
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